• May 25, 2022

Injuries Reported in Car Accident at Oldham Ln and 11th St in Abilene, TX

Abilene, TX -- May 24, 2022, injuries were reported after two vehicles collided at an intersection near Lytle Creek in Abilene.

Authorities say the incident happened Tuesday evening at the crossing of Oldham Lane and South 11th Street. The circumstances of the crash aren't clear, but reports say two vehicles collided at the intersection and both drivers were transported to a local hospital for evaluation and treatment.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Car Accident at Oldham and 11th in Abilene

Details about this crash are pretty sparse, to say nothing of known and proven facts. Until more of those are available it's almost certainly best nobody jump to any conclusions. A crash caused by driver carelessness might look the same as one caused by brake failure, but the two would have very different implications under the law.

That's why it's best not to make assumptions while investigators connect more dots. I've seen far too many instances where people rushed to judgment before all the evidence was in, only to change their mind later once a clearer picture was available. Will police be as careful and thorough as is needed to get all the answers about what happened here?

Injuries Reported in Car Accident at Oldham Ln and 11th St in Abilene, TX


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